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- Resources & FacilitiesA-
Mishicot School District is an above average, public school district located in Mishicot, WI. It has 859 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 46% of students are at least proficient in math and 44% in reading.
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Mishicot School District Reviews
The best part about Mishicot School District is how students are able to form a bond with their teachers. This makes school more exciting than it would otherwise be because students get to laugh with their teachers. Another great part about Mishicot is that students are encouraged to ask for help when needed, and teachers will give one on one time when necessary. The school also has a very warm and inviting tone to it creating a more comfortable environment for students. Mishicot also does a great job of putting on special events for students to take part in. There are also a lot of college and future career resources for students. Mishicot also has different programs where students can work while in school to prepare for the future. Mishicot’s music program is amazing, and all students are encouraged to participate. The only thing I would say to change about Mishicot School District would be to try put more of an emphasis on clubs and organizations that aren’t just sports.
Mishicot School District provided a vast amount of resources to prepare students for life beyond high school, which there is a lot of. I had a fairly positive experience as a student. I was involved in clubs like student government and FFA, and sports like Volleyball and track on top of excelling in academics. Our daily advisement time was focused on our portfolio, which was created over the four years of high school. A portfolio shows past accomplishments and future goals. Each teacher was involved in making sure students had everything they needed to finish their portfolio, and more so, to be prepared once they graduate high school. I feel like the only thing really missing from my experience with Mishicot School District would be diversity. Although diversity was always welcomed, I attended a school in a small town where it was lacking. Overall, Mishicot School District is a fantastic district which often exceeds its goal in preparing students for life beyond High School.
The Mishicot School District was very good at teaching me the fundamentals of learning and how to apply knowledge. They recently added many new robotics classes and are working towards becoming a regional school, in that other kids from other counties can apply for entrance. This is a public school.